I have been programming computers for over 30 years, starting on the Commodore VIC-20, and switching quickly to it’s successor, the legendary Commodore 64. At age 9 I joined the local computer club CICI, which was founded by a group of Commodore 64 enthusiasts, but soon also embraced other models and brands.
Since the 1990’s I am focused on the PC, being at home with both Linux and Windows. While in my private life the former is more emphasized, the core area of my professional work currently lies on the Windows/.Net platform.
In my spare time I play foosball and do long-distance running.